The Warsensor MOLLE Vest is a versatile utility vest which obviously uses the MOLLE attachment system. If you're not familiar with MOLLE, here is the short answer. It is a system that allows you to attach any of a wide variety of pouches, cases, accessories, etc. In this case it allows you to position your radio pouch, pods, and utility pouches ANYWHERE on the vest, except the shoulders.
-Any MOLLE accessory you want will attach
-Comes with double grenade pouch (seen in picture, also holds 50 rd. pods) and right breast pouch with I.D. holder.
-Good quality zippers
-Armor plate holder in the inside back, which is really only for holding hydration pouches.
-Side pull-straps and adjustable shoulders so one size really does fit almost all.
- The vest is all-around well made. All the stitching appears very durable, and so far has stood up to everything I have put it through (4 days of play). Everything definitely feels solid and well made, and not like some peice of crap from a flea market.
- It's soooo comfortable. Once you break it in and it starts to fit your shape, it feels like a nice snug t-shirt that just happens to be really heavy duty .
- The customizability (<--- I invented this word) is my favorite thing about it. You could have anything from a light scout vest to a heavy gunner's vest while still being comfortable. I bought another of the double grenade pouches and put it on the front left, so I currently have 4 pod holders (50 rd'ers) up front. On the back I have an extra utility pouch for squeegies and mask rags. This setup lets me run without restriction and everything nice and handy. I even play speedball with it.
- It is a great value. I found an eBay store that sells MOLLE accessories for $10 each, and the vest is $50 retail. Altogether my setup was about $70, and I will be adding a few more pieces.
- It keeps you cool. It's not a big heavy drag to wear on a hot day, and believe me, I know what a hot summer day is. Here in Sacramento is gets to 115 in the shade, and I am out there with basketball shorts, a t-shirt, and this vest.
- One broken zipper or rip in the fabric will not mess up the whole vest. Replace the damaged piece and it's good as new.
- The vest does not allow you to put a radio in the traditional location: on the upper left shoulder. That means you can't lean your head over and talk right into it, like cops do. You either have to run a mic to it, or take it out of wherever you put it every time.
This post has been edited by The Judge: 05 July 2007 - 02:45 AM